31 Dec '13, 4am

Raisin muffins here safe to eat: BreadTalk

BreadTalk said the aluminium in the Hong Kong muffins came from an employee accidentally adding too much baking powder, which can contain the metal. "It is an isolated incident due to staff inadvertence where a higher-than-stipulated amount of baking powder was used in the production," it said in a statement. "This... resulted in the high level of aluminium content found in the said raisin muffin." Get the full story from The Straits Times . Don't miss these... BreadTalk staying fresh to maintain edge BreadTalk officially opens $67 million international headquarters in Tai Seng According to a report in Hong Kong's Apple Daily, the raisin muffins sold at BreadTalk outlets in Hong Kong contain a high amount of aluminium. Apple Daily asked an independent research facility to test 10 different types of confectionery sold at different stores. Each muffin weighing about 90g each...

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